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JKBS members attend religious programme at Kathal Paleta in HP
5/14/2023 10:15:47 PM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, May, 14: Himachal Pradesh’s Batwal Community organised a religious programme at Village Kathal Paleta here today.
After performing Kanjak Poojan, the Bhandara was opened. Jammu Kashmir Batwal Sabha members and scores of devotees from different corners of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab partook parshad from the langar and sought blessings of the deities that were worshipped on the occasion. Locals said that these deities hold great spiritual and religious importance in all prayers held in Himachal Pradesh. They further added that every year in May the Management Committee organises a religious programme here and a large number of people attend the grand function. On behalf of JKBS members, the General Secretary R L.Kaith thanked the HP Batwal community’s management committee for according them warm reception and great hospitality.
Prominent among those who participated in programme included Subedar Tilak Raj Motan, Havildar Des Raj Kaith, SI Darshan Kumar Bassa, R.L.Kaith, Sher Singh Gaddal,
Nand Lal Sanjotra, Rahul Gaddal, Karan Kumar Malarch, Roki Gaddal, Lucky Heer, Chaman Lal Malarch, Ket Ram Gaddal, Parlad Singh Gaddal, Honey Singh Gaddal, Bidhi Chand Gaddal, Kulwinder Singh Gaddal and Neeraj Kumar Gaddal.
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